Trtl Travel Pillow with Ergonomic Neck Support

The Trtl travel pillow fits like a scarf, and provides ergonomic support to your neck and head while you rest.
Trtl best Travel Pillow being worn

Trtl best Travel Pillow being wornSome places just make it too difficult to sleep. Examples include an economy seat on a crowded airplane, vehicle or bus seats, and the break room at work. If there’s a nearby surface, you can lean down and rest your head in your arms, but that’s not always comfortable, certainly not for long periods.

The Trtl Pillow is a comfortable travel pillow that fits snugly around your neck and head. It keeps your head in an upright position, allowing you to catch some shut-eye pretty much anywhere. It provides ergonomic support to your neck and head while you rest, so no sore muscles afterward. Your head is not pushed forward when you wear it like comparable pillows, and your chin is supported too, so your mouth never hangs open. If for some reason you do sleep with your mouth open, you can pull the fabric up far enough to cover it.

It’s extremely light – weighing in at 148 grams – so it’s easy to pack or carry. If you wanted, you could probably wear it around your neck for long trips and just keep it there. If you do use it in this way, it resembles a scarf as opposed to a conventional pillow. It also attaches easily to luggage so that it’s always handy.

When you’re all done using it, you can toss it in the washer, so it’s nice and clean, and never smells like drool. The exterior is a super soft fleece that should hold up well to wear and tear. Velcro also lines the edges so you can stick the pillow to clothing and keep it snug.

The Trtl Pillow comes in several colors including black, red, gray and coral. It’s also one-size-fits-all, which means if you’re taller than average you might find this travel pillow uncomfortable.

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Briley Kenney

Briley is a lover of all things tech and gadget related. You can find him writing about smart home products on Ideaing, awesome travel gear on WanderGoGo, and much, much more.

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